Dana Van Beek Palmer

Dana Van Beek Palmer: Attorney with Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C.


Member, Thomas Sterling Honor Society. Symposium Editor, South Dakota Law Review, 1995-1996. Author: "United States v. Bloomfield: Handcuffing Law Enforcement in Performing its Duties and Preventing Crime," 40 South Dakota Law Review 102 (1995). Law Clerk to the Hon. Roger L. Wollman, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 1996-1997.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Civil Litigation
  • Labor and Employment
  • Appellate Practice

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
605-789-3759  Phone
(605) 332-5999  Phone
(605) 332-4249  Fax
University Attended:
South Dakota State University, B.S., Psychology, with honors, 1993
Law School Attended:
University of South Dakota, J.D., 1996
Year of First Admission:
1999, Nebraska; 1996, South Dakota
Second Circuit, Nebraska State and American Bar Associations; State Bar of South Dakota; South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association; Defense Research Institute.
Payment Information:
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Accepts American Express and Discover
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available

Peer Reviews


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Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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    Sioux Falls, SD
    First Bank and Trust Financial Centre , 110 N. Minnesota Avenue, Suite 400 , P.O. Box 2700
    Sioux Falls, SD 57104

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